Inside Ferrari’s F1 Trackside Fuel and Oil Lab – Shell

A look inside Ferrari’s trackside lab, where fuels and oils are analyzed before, during, and after each race for various reasons. Analysts will look to ensure the fuels and oils meet technical regulations, and also look for insight on the health of the engine based on the different metal molecules within the engine oil.

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  1. Post By RangerOne

    the guy in the red shirt stop moving your arms

  2. Post By Speedy Gonzales

    That guy in the back looks so nervous.

  3. Post By Joe Hummel

    I wonder if oil analysis with a  gas spectrometer has a place for the every day commuter car .Would a test be cost effective for some insight on what's wearing down on your engine? or are dealers already performing these tests ?? that was cool knowledge thanks

  4. Post By Radostin Velchev

    OK, the 458 and the F12 are excused :D

  5. Post By Ko-wing wong

    he looks like a serial killer

  6. Post By evolynn

    You should do a video explaining crankwalk! Awesome videos keep it up man !

  7. Post By The Retro Lab

    500 sensors on an F1 engine?!?

  8. Post By KORTOKtheSTRONG

    description: analysis, because reasons

  9. Post By 6ar5ar

    Please distance yourself from shell, and start showing us more about electric cars! 

  10. Post By Simon Adams

    Seems you were at the Belgium GP the same time that I was!

  11. Post By MrYoumitube

    I love F1, this is like motor racing engineers porn.

  12. Post By TeriyakiRan

    The guy in the back was the star of this video hahaha

  13. Post By MrSlowestD16

    Damn, 4000km…eh….

  14. Post By _ROTE_ simplemachines

    I always loved that F1 hasn't restricted the series to one particular aspect, tires excepted. Fuel is one aspect of the series that isn't mentioned enough and has developed into something fascinating to me. It seems teams have developed partnerships with their fuel providers not only in maximizing performance, but also in hedging against penalties because of below par business practices.  From what I know about fuel refining and distribution, it is probably the one aspect of the petroleum business with the lowest profit margins- yes, poor performance before the race can telegraph.But it seems like science fiction to me that teams can pin down the depreciation of an engine in real time, which gives a whole new meaning to 'mapping,' yes?  Chemistry rocks.

  15. Post By Sven Ruugla

    Thanks for the video, I love all that tech and engineering behind racing teams and cars!

  16. Post By MrColdwatercanyon

    What's you're take in why some of constructors are having better luck than offers with the 2014 engines ?

  17. Post By Marko Klišanin

    The Shell guy was like: God damn it I never thought Ferrari engine sound will annoy me because these guys can't hear me talking… btw this video is so enlightening, it's cool to see the background of all that.

  18. Post By lexusfan100

     i like these kinds of behind the scenes videos..nice

  19. Post By Luis Rodriguez

    The guy in the back looks like he's pretty high

  20. Post By prasad acharekar

    As he said that they mix two types of fuels to race…can we do the same on road cars to make them more mileage effective of to run faster????????????

  21. Post By kevrs2

    BTW the guy in the white coat looks bewildered by it all hahaha !

  22. Post By Axelm15

    how did you get access to this lab? 

  23. Post By Ixaleous Gaming

    When will the next Integra video come up? I can't wait!

  24. Post By Truly

    When are you doing an update for the integra.

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